Guest linobi Posted December 24, 2011 Report Share Posted December 24, 2011 Hi everyone! AVR8 is so cool! It's amazing how can you run an Arduino inside a FPGA. Right now I'm working in a project with it and I need some help. I'm trying to use a nordic radio that communicates via SPI, but I'm still unsure on how to pull the SPI port from the Papilo 250K core. My original code works in a regular Arduino Board with the IDE version 0022 and make use of the integrated SPI library. When I tried to compile the same code with the Papilo IDE the SPI library shipped with it didn't seem to be the same, so I replaced it with the library files from the standard Arduino IDE 0022 and then compiled without errors. However, the stuff simply doesn't work. I review the uSD-wing example in the Papilo IDE and there I notice some lines of code noted to do something with the SPI, something like declaring where it is or something like that, I'm not sure if I've got to do something similar or if the SPI library from newer Arduino IDE is not yet fully compatible with the AVR8 core and then all my effort are futile Any input will be greatly appreciated Regards Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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